If the hypothesis of small displacements is retained, then, a torsor represents the relative position and the orientation of associated surface compared to a local reference mark
The kinematic analyses of the competitive turn have measured the time between two reference marks
, usually at 7.
The best proportion of materials for the production of blocks was determined and the best reference mark
to replace 5% sand by sawdust was defined after the analysis of compressive strength.
The upper line of the double cross is positioned on the top of the reference mark
of the measure.
1) An organically produced ingredients statement uses the word "organic" in conjunction with the name of the ingredient, or an asterisk or other reference mark
which is defined below the ingredient statement.
Make a reference mark
next to the stop before you adjust it so you can gauge the distance.
Options include matching servo amplifiers and controllers and a non-contact glass or metal scale optical encoder or magnetic linear encoders with a reference mark
and, in the current version, provide a reference mark
After the triangulation, we get the position of the robot, in the relative reference mark
to the activated cell.
To my consternation, even though the Audio-Technica has the smallest cantilever, it provides absolutely no reference mark
as to where it is located.
Based on our forecast, 2007 is poised to be the third consecutive yearin which the advertising sector more closely tracks growth in real [gross domestic product] as opposed to its historical reference mark
of nominal GDP, said Steven Fredericks, president and chief executive of TNS.
states "Place reference mark
completely around and directly next to both couplings on fire hose(s) with a felt tip marker.